Ceres Football Team Owner Offers Buses to Assist SEA Games Teams


One of the country's most popular football club, Bacolod-based professional football club Ceres has lent a hand to the Duterte administration to help transport football teams competing in the Southeast Asian Games (SEA) Games.


Ceres-Negros FC owner Leo Rey Yanson decided to help the country in it's hosting and after some negative reports by some media outlets particularly the transportation woes experienced by some athletes.



In coordination with the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) as they lent 17 buses to help bring around the national teams not only with the Philippine team but also the visiting national football teams.

The Philippine Football Federation confirmed on Tuesday that they already  secured permits from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB).

Over the weekend, football teams from Cambodia and Myanmar were faced with transportation issues.

Cambodia football coach Felix Dalmas said their shuttle from the airport to the hotel was delayed for at least eight hours without any advise, while the national athletes from Myanmar were reportedly cramped in what seemed like a minibus.


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